Two one-semester courses (students must independently register for each semester)
A story of epic proportions. History-changing battles, great poets and statesmen, classic art and architecture, and a language that was heard throughout most of the known world. In Latin I, you read the opening credits of this epic movie. In Latin II, the plots and the characters that populated ancient Rome will come alive.
In this course, you’ll build on your knowledge of Latin grammar and vocabulary. In the process, you’ll sense the beauty of the language and the passion of those who spoke it. Roman engineering, art, commerce and system of laws were all supported by a clear, expressive and flexible language – a language in which you will be able to communicate.
This course will give you a solid grounding in the structure of the language. It will also give you a clear lens for looking into the heart and majesty of the Roman spirit.
- paper for computer printing and taking notes
- a binder (2-3 inch)
- a 3-hole punch
- a set of subject separators/tabs for your notebook
- a flash drive or folder on your hard drive to save assignments
- *Optional: Latin/English dictionary
Specific Technical/Software Requirements in Addition to General Requirements:
Please review the general original credit software requirements at http://mtda.link/techreq
All world language courses require the ability to record oral language using the computer. A headset and microphone are required.
Course Availability (subject to resource and teacher availability):
Fall: A semester available
Spring: B semester available
Summer: Not available
Course is not available to join at semester without permission from MTDA Curriculum Director and Instructor. Students must pass the A semester to qualify for enrollment in the B semester.
Sheila Richmond, Capital High School and Helena High School, firstname.lastname@example.org